Kansas House members, from left, Mark Kahrs of Wichita, Steve Brunk of Wichita and John Rubin of Shawnee confer Wednesday during the chamber’s debate on anti-abortion legislation at the Statehouse in Topeka. The three Republicans support the bill, which bans a procedure described by abortion opponents as "dismembering" a fetus.
Kansas House members, from left, Mark Kahrs of Wichita, Steve Brunk of Wichita and John Rubin of Shawnee confer Wednesday during the chamber’s debate on anti-abortion legislation at the Statehouse in Topeka. The three Republicans support the bill, which bans a procedure described by abortion opponents as "dismembering" a fetus. John Hanna Associated Press
Kansas House members, from left, Mark Kahrs of Wichita, Steve Brunk of Wichita and John Rubin of Shawnee confer Wednesday during the chamber’s debate on anti-abortion legislation at the Statehouse in Topeka. The three Republicans support the bill, which bans a procedure described by abortion opponents as "dismembering" a fetus. John Hanna Associated Press

Kansas lawmakers pass ban on abortion procedure

March 25, 2015 10:57 AM

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